Local phone helpline to answer COVID-19 questions

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THERE is now a helpline to assist Canberrans with questions about COVID-19 on 6207 7244. It will be open 8am and 8pm daily.

The helpline is intended to help the community to access services such as:

  • COVID-19 health advice and referrals;
  • requests for advice and information about the business and community stimulus packages provided by the ACT Government;
  • requests for assistance by vulnerable and isolated persons, including those self-isolating or in quarantine;
  • community reports of non-compliance with health directions by individuals, businesses and organisations for referral to the relevant authorities;
  • referrals to the ACT Health Protection Services, ACT Policing and Access Canberra Fair Trading; and
  • answer general COVID-19 related enquires.

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